At the end of an installation (boot.iso for me)
on the "Felicitations" page, It is asked to push the "Entrée" button but the button is named "Redemarrage"
(in fact the whole sentence need to be change not to be redundant)
Set version to cauldron:
Actually, it says to push the "Entrée" key, which is <Return> on the keyboard. If you did not click somewhere else, the "Redémarrage" button should be hovered and <Return> will behave like a click on the button.
Still, this is not a great way of saying what should be done, but I always thought that it was the same sentence as in the text installer (and then it makes sense).
Ping, any news on that?
should we discuss about this bug during our next french meeting ?
Not a bug IMHO
This bug was filed against cauldron, but we do not have cauldron at the moment.
Please report whether this bug is still valid for Mageia 2.
@tv: Do you know if this string is used in a text installation? It would justify the fact that we suggest to press <Enter> instead of asking to click on the "Reboot" button.
If that's the case, you can resolve the bug as INVALID, and if that's not the case maybe the EN string could be rephrased to be a bit more accurate?
Typo on french "fÃ©licitations" page =>
The text at the end of the graphical installation could suggest to click "Reboot" instead of pressing <Enter>
@tv : Could you provide the answer on comment 7.
AFAIK this was fixed some time ago.